Andrew J. Byrne
MSP Lab Coordinator, CATSS

S30A Elliott Hall (Office)
S22/S27 Elliott Hall (MSP Lab)

Andrew received a BA in Psychology from the University of Minnesota in 2001 and had worked in the Psychoacoustics Lab of Dr. Neal Viemeister before joining the Multi-Sensory Perception Lab in 2014.

Publications:
  1. Byrne, A. J., Viemeister, N. F., and Stellmack, M. A. (2014). "Discrimination of frequency variance for tonal sequences," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136, 3172-3177.
  2. Byrne, A. J., Viemeister, N. F., and Stellmack, M. A. (2013). "The effects of unmodulated carrier fringes on the detection of frequency modulation," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133, 998-1003.
  3. Byrne, A. J., Wojtczak, M., and Viemeister, N. F. (2012). "Forward masking of frequency modulation," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 132, 3375–3386.
  4. Byrne, A. J., Stellmack, M. A., and Viemeister, N. F. (2011). "The enhancement effect: Evidence for adaptation of inhibition using a binaural centering task," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 129, 2088-2094.
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Downloadable Scripts:
  1. MATLAB: Waveform/Spectrum Analyzer:  SpectrumAnalyzer.m  or  MATLAB_Spectrum_Analyzer_INSTALL.exe (Stand-alone install.)
  2. PHP: Online 2-AFC Adaptive Tracking Task:  Try Sample Task  -  PHP_2AFC_Adaptive.zip 
  3. MATLAB: Basic Analysis Script for BioSemi EEG Data (.bdf) Files:  Analyze_BDF_Data.zip